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TENKI NO KO: Una película para llorar | A movie to make you cry
I don't usually change the name of my traditional "Movie Monday " but this movie caused me a strong emotional impact.I expected a lot with this movie, how not to do it if Makoto Shinkai with Your Name left me with very high expectations.After several mixed emotions and analyzing as best as I could this movie I came to the conclusion that it could haven't been better, you will see why. As always... I'm not an expert in film, animation or music, I just enjoy the movies, hope u too.
My top 3 movies based on real events (ESP/ENG)
This film produced in 2008 directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Angelina Jolie, is set in the city of Los Angeles in the 1920s and tells the story of a series of kidnappings and murders of children, where the protagonist had the misfortune of being the victim of this kidnapper, because her little boy of about 8 years disappears one afternoon while he was at home waiting for his mother to return from work.
Black, the story between the Dark and the Light | Review
Not everyone likes movies that deal with drama, for that very reason, because of how dramatic they can be, there are those who prefer movies that make them laugh, keep them in suspense, scare them, or cause them any other feeling but that, it's all a matter of taste, but if you want to let your sensitive side come out, this movie is for you.
From Prada to Nada | My impressions and review of the film
For someone who loves crime dramas, maybe romantic comedies and fresh stories don't fit my profile, but the truth is that I enjoy them a lot, I find them super relaxing, it's that kind of movie that you decide to watch just to laugh and celebrate love.
The Father "Old Age Like A Nightmare-Movie Review
At some point in our lives we have come to think how we would look like when we reach old age, one of the ages that for many generates panic and for others like me generates an aspiration, fear in my case can come if I reach this point without having anything in life, a family, a house of my own, a business, something to maintain my value over time, this film is about this, instead of talking about a disease that clearly degenerates your life and your sanity as is Alzheimer's which is what our protagonist suffers, it talks more than anything about the relationship between the family when you reach this point and how we will be able to respond before this, a film that was certainly my favorite in this last awards season and certainly deserves its personal review, without more to add let's start.
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